Topic of this Week’s discussion is…
International Trade Theory
The discussions can include comments on the topics of week or reflections on videos which I will post to Canvas. You may also use current news information to connect with the topics of the week. The comments you make should be interesting and informative. Just briefly agreeing or disagreeing without any commentary is insufficient.
Online Discussion Guidelines
Complete as much of the assigned reading as you can before posting your primary responses each week. In general, strive to post as early as possible each week to better support robust online discussions. If you habitually wait until the last minute to engage in discussions, you WILL lose points!
2 Post Minimum – A primary post and a thoughtful response to at least one of your peersis required.
Professionalism-Meaningless agreement is NOT acceptable. Be polite, but do help your peers to see the position from another angle as needed. Ask for clarification when your peers are not clear, and offer additional insights or clarity where you can.
Quality NOT Quantity– Write concise yet thorough responses in all postings. The discussions can include comments on the topics of week or reflections on videos which I will post to Canvas. You may also use current news information to connect with the topics of the week. Reference the text or relevant (and reputable) outside articles to better support your position, and cite in APA. A class discussion requires each contributor to build on what has already been said and add something new to the discussion. Simply repeating earlier comments or agreeing with the professor or another student is not a contribution. You need to add new facts, new issues, or new perspectives to the discussion. To get full credit in the discussions you are expected to post an original comments and also respond to one comment for an approximate total of less than 250 words for each post/comment. The comments you make should be interesting and informative. Just briefly agreeing or disagreeing without any commentary is insufficient. Waiting until the last minute to post a comment without engaging in the discussion will result in a lower score.
In this weeks reading I learned that, when it comes to international trade, financial professionals’ opinions will differ from those of the general public. There are three different types of head contrasts. To begin with, many people believe that exchanging with people from one’s own nation or ethnic group is more beneficial than exchanging with misfits. According to market experts, all forms of trade are equally beneficial. Second, many people believe that airfare are better for the economy than imports. Financial experts agree that all forms of trading are beneficial to the economy.All commerce is beneficial to the economy, according to financial analysts. Third, many people believe that the intensity of a country’s compensation rates, tariffs, and other components governs its exchange equilibrium. Business experts believe that the exchange balance is governed by a number of factors, including the ones listed above, but also keeping in mind the distinctions between public saving and speculation.The noneconomic viewpoints on exchange all appear to stem from a same source: people’s tendency to exaggerate ancestral grievances. For a lot of individuals, seeing trading as a rivalry is as natural as rooting for their neighborhood team in Olympic basketball.
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